Context English sid (generated)
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$[officename] Basic Glossary $[officename] Basic Fichaala
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<link href="text/sbasic/shared/00000002.xhp" name="$[officename] Basic Glossary">$[officename] Basic Glossary</link> <link href="text/sbasic/shared/00000002.xhp" name="$[officename] Basic Glossary">$[officename] Basic Fichaala</link>
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This glossary explains some technical terms that you may come across when working with $[officename] Basic. Tini fichaala [officename] Basic nni loosatto yannara la'atto mito mito tekinikaale coye xawisanno.
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Decimal Point Tonnishshu naxiwe
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When converting numbers, $[officename] Basic uses the locale settings of the system for determining the type of decimal and thousand separator. Kiiro woleessatto yannara, tonnishshu dana nna kumishshu badaancho tirate $[officename] Basic amuraatu baadi qinoo horonsi'ranno.
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Colors Kuulla
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In $[officename] Basic, colors are treated as long integer value. The return value of color queries is also always a long integer value. When defining properties, colors can be specified using their RGB code that is converted to a long integer value using the <link href="text/sbasic/shared/03010305.xhp" name="RGB function">RGB function</link>. $[officename] Basic giddo, kuulla seeda intijere hornyo gede amadantanno. Kuulu xa'mo qolote hornyo barru baala seeda intijere ikkitanno. Akatta tiratto yannara, kuulla <link href="text/sbasic/shared/03010305.xhp" name="RGB function">RGB assishsha</link> horonsi'ratenni seeda hornyo wido woleessantanno RGB koodensa horonsi'ratenni badantanno.
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Measurement Units Bikkote safaro
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In $[officename] Basic, a <emph>method parameter</emph> or a <emph>property</emph> expecting unit information can be specified either as integer or long integer expression without a unit, or as a character string containing a unit. If no unit is passed to the method the default unit defined for the active document type will be used. If the parameter is passed as a character string containing a measurement unit, the default setting will be ignored. The default measurement unit for a document type can be set under <switchinline select="sys"><caseinline select="MAC"><emph>%PRODUCTNAME - Preferences</emph></caseinline><defaultinline><emph>Tools - Options</emph></defaultinline></switchinline><emph> - (Document Type) - General</emph>. $[officename] Basic giddo, <emph>metede eishshi</emph> woy <emph>akatu</emph> safaro nookkiha intijerete woy seeda intijerete handaara woy safaro amaddanno fkiima naannifikiima gede badama dandiitanno. Safaro metedete wido sa'innokkiro, baqqado bortaje danira tirantino gadete safaro horonsi'rantanno. Eishshu bikkote safaro amaddino fikiima naannifikiima gede sa'iro, gadete qinoo dihoronsi'rantanno. Gadete bikko safaro bortajete danira <emph><switchinline select="sys"><caseinline select="MAC">%PRODUCTNAME - Doorshsha</caseinline><defaultinline>Uduunne - Doogga</defaultinline></switchinline> - (Bortajete Dana) - Xaphooma</emph> woroonni qinaabbanno.
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<bookmark_value>twips; definition</bookmark_value> <bookmark_value>twips; tiro</bookmark_value>
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Twips Twips
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A twip is a screen-independent unit which is used to define the uniform position and size of screen elements on all display systems. A twip is 1/1440th of an inch or 1/20 of a printer's point. There are 1440 twips to an inch or about 567 twips to a centimeter. Twipe mimmito labbanno ofollo nna baalante leellado amuraatta aana leellishalbu miila bikka tirtanno. Twip inchete 1/1440 woy attamaanchu naxiwe 1/20 ti. Inchete 1440 twipse nna hattono seentimeetirete 567 twipse no.
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URL Notation URL Qaagiishsha
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URLs (<emph>Uniform Resource Locators</emph>) are used to determine the location of a resource like a file in a file system, typically inside a network environment. A URL consists of a protocol specifier, a host specifier and a file and path specifier: URLs (<emph>Mimmito Lawanno Jajja Leellishaano</emph>) jajju base afate kaa'litanno lawishshaho fayle faylete amuraati giddo netwoorkete qoqqowi giddonni. URL protokoolete badaancho, wosinsaanchu badaanchonna fayle hattono harumu badaancho amadanno:
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<emph>protocol</emph>://<emph>host.name</emph>/<emph>path/to/the/file.html</emph> <emph>protokoole</emph>://<emph>wosinsaancho.su'ma</emph>/<emph>haruma/faylete/wido/.html</emph>
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The most common usage of URLs is on the internet when specifying web pages. Example for protocols are <emph>http</emph>, <emph>ftp</emph>, or <emph>file</emph>. The <emph>file</emph> protocol specifier is used when referring to a file on the local file system. URLs guta horo interneetete aana weebete qoolla badatto yannaraati. Protokoolubbate lawishshu <emph>http</emph>, <emph>ftp</emph>, woy <emph>fayle</emph> ikkanno. <emph>fayle</emph> protokoolete badaanchi horonsi'ramannohu baadi fayle amuraati aana fayle horonsi'ratto yannaraati.
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Information Mashalaqqe
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Information Mashalaqqe
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You can set the locale used for controlling the formatting numbers, dates and currencies in $[officename] Basic in <switchinline select="sys"><caseinline select="MAC"><emph>%PRODUCTNAME - Preferences</emph></caseinline><defaultinline><emph>Tools - Options</emph></defaultinline></switchinline><emph> - Language Settings - Languages</emph>. In Basic format codes, the decimal point (<emph>.</emph>) is always used as <emph>placeholder</emph> for the decimal separator defined in your locale and will be replaced by the corresponding character. You can set the locale used for controlling the formatting numbers, dates and currencies in $[officename] Basic in <emph><switchinline select="sys"><caseinline select="MAC">%PRODUCTNAME - Preferences</caseinline><defaultinline>Tools - Options</defaultinline></switchinline> - Language Settings - Languages</emph>. In Basic format codes, the decimal point (<emph>.</emph>) is always used as <emph>placeholder</emph> for the decimal separator defined in your locale and will be replaced by the corresponding character.
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The same applies to the locale settings for date, time and currency formats. The Basic format code will be interpreted and displayed according to your locale setting. Baadi qinoo barraho, yannate nna womaashshu suudishshira konni garinni loosansantanno. Qara suudishshu koode tirantannohunna leellitannohu baadi qino garinniiti.